Career Development

Meruelo Family Center for Career Development

Located on the 5th floor of Duncan Student Center, the Meruelo Family Center for Career Development prepares students for lifelong career readiness through innovative and tailored programs, services, and strategic partnerships. The Center’s four teams (Undergraduate Career Services, Graduate Career Services, Employer Engagement & Recruitment Services, and Administrative Services) of 30+ staff leverage their experiences and talents to empower students to discover, discern, and pursue meaningful careers to be a force for good in the world. The Center also provides a centralized location for both on-campus and virtual interviews.

Undergraduate Career Services

Career counselors provide all undergraduate students (from any major pursuing any career path) support through all stages of the career development process with career counseling, self-assessments, workshops, learning labs, online resources, mock interviews, mentoring, treks, and many more services.  

Graduate Career Services

Graduate career consultants work in collaboration with departments, programs, and faculty advisors to connect master's and PhD students in Graduate School programs with a broad range of career services and resources.  Services are available for graduate students at every level – from new graduate students seeking career discernment to experienced students seeking internships or fellowships to students weighing multiple job offers. 

Graduate Business Career Services

Co-located in the Meruelo Family Center for Career Development on the 5th floor of Duncan Student Center, Graduate Business Career Services leverages dedicated professionals, a robust career strategy process (involving both formal coursework and tailored one-to-one coaching), and a powerful suite of tools and resources to serve professional students enrolled in Mendoza's graduate business programs.

Law School Career Development Office

Located in the Eck Hall of Law, the Career Development Office (CDO) provides Notre Dame Law School students with the tools necessary to obtain the first job after graduation and the skills necessary to navigate the legal market throughout their careers. In addition to facilitating on- and off-campus interviews with employers, the CDO provides a full slate of services that includes resume reviews, mock interviews, assistance in contacting the vast Notre Dame Lawyer network, and educational programming.